For traffic recording the following commands apply:
TRDIP; This command will print out any existing traffic measurement on your system.
TRROI:ROU=X,TIMEI=XX-XX,TIMEE=XX-XX,DATE=XXXX-XX-XX; This command will initiate traffic recording to a specific LIM. When you have imputed this command you will receive a MENO number. This Number represents the traffic recording File number and will be required when you need to print out the results. This number will appear on the system now (Input TRDIP; again and you will see it)
ROU=X, Being the ROUTE that you wish to record the measurement going over.
TIME=XX-XX, Time will be in 24hr format
DATE=XXXX-XX-XX; Date format is YYYY-MM-DD. E.g. 2000-11-24.IF you require a date period of more than one day input the format as DATE=XXXX-XX-XX&&XXXX-XX-XX;
Please note times can not be set backwards, they can only be set in the future (e.g you cannot start recording for a date and time that is present/past)
TRREP:MENO=X,PERIOD=X,(DATE=XXXX-XX-XX),(TIMEI=XX-XX),(TIMEE=XX-XX); This command will print out the traffic recording that you have initiated Figures in brackets are OPTIONAL.
1 = INFORMATION PRINTED OUT IN AN HOURLY FORMAT AND BUSY HOUR PRINTED 2 = INFORMATION PRINTED OUT IN AN 1/4 HOURLY FORMAT AND BUSY HOUR PRINTED. 3 = BUSY HOUR ONLY PRINTED
BREAK DOWN OF OUTPUT PRINT
TIME TRAFF OUTG.CALLS INC.CALLS NDV NBLO OFLO CONG
TIME TIME OF RECORDING
TRAFF Gives a 3 digit printout x.xx this figure is used to calculate how much congestion to expect on a circuit. This is for use by your maintainer and the Figures do not represent a direct Figure 1.00 does NOT represent 1congested call
OUTG.CALLS Shows the amount of Outgoing calls made on the route in the allocated time frame.
INC.CALLS Shows the amount of Incoming calls recieved on the route in the allocated time frame.
NDV The number of individuals (TRUNKS), included in the measurement.
BLO The number of manually blocked individuals (devices) included in the measurement. For PCM lines and cordless extension common fixed part: the Number of blocked time slots.
OFLO Overflow. Depending on the recorded object, overflow is defined as: * The number of calls that result in seizure attempts in some other LIM. * The number of calls that result in switch over to an alternative route.
CONG The number of calls that encounter congestion.Depending on the recording object, congestion is defined as follows: * No free device individual available * No free group member available * No free queue position available. * No free time slot available.
TRMEE:MENO=X; This command ends traffic recording relating to the MENO number inputted.